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It was a tense game to watch in the Winston Room at St. Lawrence University. Photo: David Sommerstein
It was a tense game to watch in the Winston Room at St. Lawrence University. Photo: David Sommerstein

Soccer fans savor victory in Canton

American soccer fans are rejoicing after their team slipped through the so-called "Group of Death" in the World Cup. Even though USA lost to Germany, 1 to 0, on Thursday, the team exceeded expectations and moves on to the elimination round.

The World Cup is a far cry from, say, the Super Bowl as far as American sports viewing events. But David Sommerstein found a decent sized group watching yesterday's match at St. Lawrence University in Canton.

Click listen to hear Chris Custer, Eileen Coyle, Emily DePoy, Caroline Crandell, all involved with soccer at St. Lawrence University.

The USA soccer team moves on to the elimination round and will almost certainly face a powerful Belgian team next Tuesday at 4pm.  Go to full article

Heard Up North: Watching the World Cup

Yesterday was a grim debut for Team USA in the World Cup in Germany. The Americans had little to surprise heavily favored Czech Republic in their 0-3 loss. According to an ESPN poll, most Americans didn't adjust their routines to watch the noontime match. A couple dozen mostly international students took in the game in Clarkson University's student center in Potsdam. It was a far cry from thousands of chanting fans filling squares in other countries. But hey...it's something. David Sommerstein sent this audio montage.  Go to full article

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